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Technical Humour

Apart from releasing a high quality software product, our team has various other talents. Amongst those, there is one that just cannot be overlooked. If some of my team mates are reading this, they would probably know what I am talking about. Yes, it is the ability to crack pathetic jokes about anything and everything on the surface of this earth.  Over the last 7 years, I remember two "technical jokes" that deserve a special mention. If you know more, please feel free to add.

Technical Joke #1 (Joke Creator: Saurabh Gupta, Audience: Me, Comic Creator: Me)





Technical Joke/Puzzle #2 (Joke Creator: VJ, Audience: Whoever he could catch)

There was a group of 30 people and a tray of 30 sweets. The first member of the group said "Lo or aage pass kar do." So the tray went around the room and when it reached the last member, it still had 30 sweets in it. Why?
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Try harder!!
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because the instruction was "Lo OR aage pass kar do" and not "Lo AND aage pass kar do."

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Now this is what I call talent.

Comments

  1. It makes us laugh again while reading the jokes...they have been expressed very nicely..
    Thank You.

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  2. Absolutely no one can beat these! Not untrue - we rock.

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  3. Finally I am able to complete with other folks in my Team :-)

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  4. Thanks for reading guys... I just added the comic strip as well. What do you think?

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  5. We as team ensure that we keep inspiring all the budding PJ crackers!
    We appritiate your talent...Bring it on...we are ready for more :)

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  6. These were awesome!!

    I think it is really good Vibha that you brought them here at this blog. I think it will inspire more people :p

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  7. Great comic strip Vibha.

    I think you can start a comic strip with so many PJs from various sources around you. :)

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  8. Heh heh...all credit goes to our brilliant content providers

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